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Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Resources

Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Resource Roundup

The WERC staff will be working remotely until Monday, March 30th. We are still available to answer questions regarding your membership or any aspect of your experience with us at

You may also contact the WERC office at 630.990.0001 and leave a message in our general voicemail box, which will be closely monitored  or view our  online staff directory to reach out to staff members directly via email.

As COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, continues to spread rapidly around the world and throughout the United States, concern for health and safety are affecting operations. There are more questions than answers about how to best maintain operations as well as protect and communicate with employees and customers. These resources are compiled here to help you stay informed on this rapidly evolving situation.

WERC is also looking at alternative means of delivering educational content and resources within the community. WERC welcomes submissions of high-quality, educational content – including case-studies, white papers, blogs, podcasts and helpful links – to our collection of resources. This information is intended to help distribution logistics professionals stay informed on this rapidly evolving situation.

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Click here to view WERC's COVID-19 Webinar:  How Supply Chain Leaders are Keeping Staff & Customers Safe and Healthy

American Logistics Aid Network (ALAN) -

Information about the virus from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):

How to keep yourself and your employees healthy: OSHA;  CDC

Please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Coronavirus Disease 2019 website for latest information: HERE

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services:

Twitter (here)

Facebook (here)

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:

Twitter (here)

Facebook (here)

Johns Hopkins Coronavirus 2019 Map: (here)

US Department of Homeland Security - CISA Cyber and Infrastructure:

Guidance on the Essential Critical Infrastructure Workforce (here)

3/24/2020 - Food and Beverage Industry Positive Test Protocol (here)